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Podcast Academy: Episodes

<p>PNME 2007 #52: Student to Student Podcast Development on an iTunes University Site iTunes university sites are proliferating the model of course-casting that simply packages what universities do daily into an electronic form. The DePaul iTunes site features a student-based podcast network that emphasizes ...
<p>PNME 2007 #51: Compression Killed The Video Star You&#8217;ve shot your video, done all the post work to make your project come to life, and finally uploaded it to all the video sites. But now every media player makes it look like it was hit by a truck and your audio sounds like an international [&#8230;]</p><p>The ...
<p>PNME 2007 #50: Building a Large AND Passionate Audience A passionate audience means much more than just a large one. Passionate, engaged audiences tend to grow faster because your listeners help you spread the word and achieve success much faster. The flagship podcast at CNET has followed a tried ...
<p>PNME 2007 #49: Creative Ways to Grow Your Audience Every Week From contests to surveys, guerilla marketing to search engine optimization, this session will give you the tools you need to grow your audience each week. If you&#8217;re audience numbers have stagnated and you can&#8217;t seem to figure ...
<p>PNME 2007 #48: Planning and Automating Your Podcast Workflow To Save You Time and Headaches Podcasting can take time. A lot of time. By carefully planning, streamlining and, in some cases, automating your podcast workflow, you can have more time to devote to brainstorming new podcast content. This ...
<p>PNME 2007 #47: Sharing the Wealth for Teaching and Learning: Best Practices for the Instructional Application of Podcasting in Higher Education In this session designed specifically for college educators, vendors serving higher education institutions, administrators, instructional technology specialists ...
<p>PNME 2007 #46: Building a Television Studio in your Basement In the world of video podcasting, there are far fewer scripted shows than there are videoblogs and interview shows. Why is that? One of the reasons is that creating a scripted video podcast, even a simple one, can be a much larger undertaking ...
<p>PNME 2007 #45 Videoblogging in 5 Steps It&#8217;s easy to capture and share fleeting moments with video. Don&#8217;t be intimidated by all the technical aspects of capturing and posting video to the web. It&#8217;s very easy to get started. Using a regular digital still camera or a cell phone, you ...
<p>PNME 2007 #44 Growing Your Audience in a Podfaded World We&#8217;re a few years in on the whole podcast/netcast thing, and everyone&#8217;s getting testy. Podcasters are getting testy because listener growth is flatlining, and increasing the numbers in their audience is getting harder to do. Why? ...
<p>PNME 2007 #43 But, Honey, It&#8217;s for The Studio! Upgrading the Basic Podcaster&#8217;s Set-up So you have outgrown Audacity, your no longer impressed with the quality of that $20 USB microphone, and you want a more polished sound for your podcast. How can you do this, and not break the bank? Here ...
<p>PNME 2007 #42 Ask A Ninja Keynote Address Since its first episode in 2005, the Ask A Ninja series has been viewed over 35 million times, quoted on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, featured on NPR and endorsed on numerous blogs including BoingBoing, Digg and Rocketboom. Ask A Ninja was ...
<p>PNME 2007 #41: Podcasting for Nonprofits, Associations and Societies: Leveraging Your Expertise and Resources Whether your organization serves a particular industry, advocates on behalf of social justice issues, or is a member driven professional society, podcasting and video podcasting are excellent ...
PNME 2007 #40: Making Money with Sponsorships and Advertising Audio and video podcasters who want to leverage their content into business bank account deposits have several options when it comes to selling advertising and sponsorships. Some have found success acting as their own sales force and reaching ...
PNME 2007 #39: Remote Audio and Video Interview Techniques
Nothing is quite as challenging for a podcaster as recording high-quality interviews or &#8220;gang-style&#8221; shows from telephones or Skype. Add the requirement for remote video, and the challenges are multiplied tenfold. Doug Kaye, the founder ...
PNME 2007 #38: How to Generate Buzz and Extend Your Brand with Social Media
In the current internet climate, social media is a must-have tool for communicating with your market. In this session you&#8217;ll learn the best social media tools and techniques for extending your brand beyond the confines ...
PNME 2007 #30: Educators and the Podcast Interview: Your Educational Ace In The Hole!
For educators of every stripe, the interview format is perhaps the simplest and, certainly, one of the most effective ways to go. You&#8217;ve heard of win/win? In this presentation, you&#8217;ll learn how the interview ...
PNME 2007 #37: Getting Started with Audacity: Hands On Demos With The Free Audio Editor
Beginners start here! In this session, you&#8217;ll learn the basic functions of sound editing with Audacity, a free open- source program available for anyone to download on the Internet. Although not required, it ...
PNME 2007 #36: How To Promote Independent Music with Podcasts and Online Video
Independent musicians have had great success promoting their music with new media. New media models like podcasts and MySpace pages are an inexpensive way for musicians to promote their music directly to their fans and earn ...
PNME 2007 #35: Video Podcast Content Creation: The Real Story Behind Producing for Tiny Screens
Are you currently a video content creator looking to make your content available on small screens like cell phones and video IPods? Learn the dynamics of setting up and shooting video for small formats such ...
PNME 2007 #34: Building a Multimedia Publishing, Consulting and Learning Programs Around Your Podcast
Now that you&#8217;ve got a successful podcast, there are many means for you to build revenue through extending your podcast into other media, consulting, and learning communities. This session will ...
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